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  • basically all we could do with web 1.0 was retrieve info and email people
  • web 2 offers a higher level of access and participation on the internet. It used to be purely for the experts and you had to know HTML now You dont have to be a IT genius to create a webapge or a blog. Its something Were not really utilising this within our classroom to its full potential yet.
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • Why blog? pedagogy behind Blogging??????
    Powerful thing about blogging- it is connected writing, writing for a purpose, clear intention -writing for an audience - it also supports literacy development R - Reading/Researching information sources- Representing sharing and their knowledge in a variety of creative ways and Reflecting on their learnings -students are more likely to processing their thoughts through comments and feedback
    the ability to post comments and to both give and receive feedback- promotes self-assessment and reflection- students can reflect on their work and think of ways they could possibly improve.
    Promotes metacognition- encourages students to THINK- not just in general terms but to reflect on their own thoughts and to then be able to articulate .....
  • it also supports student centred learning- allowing the students to participate more fully in their learning to negotiate, collaborate and play a part in choosing which direction the learning will take.
    ...that the next generation of players become active innovators rather than passive consumers of technology

  • it also supports student centred learning- allowing the students to participate more fully in their learning to negotiate, collaborate and play a part in choosing which direction the learning will take.
    ...that the next generation of players become active innovators rather than passive consumers of technology

  • it also supports student centred learning- allowing the students to participate more fully in their learning to negotiate, collaborate and play a part in choosing which direction the learning will take.
    ...that the next generation of players become active innovators rather than passive consumers of technology

  • it also supports student centred learning- allowing the students to participate more fully in their learning to negotiate, collaborate and play a part in choosing which direction the learning will take.
    ...that the next generation of players become active innovators rather than passive consumers of technology

  • it also supports student centred learning- allowing the students to participate more fully in their learning to negotiate, collaborate and play a part in choosing which direction the learning will take.
    ...that the next generation of players become active innovators rather than passive consumers of technology





























  • Blogs and Wikis

    1. 1. PRAYER
    2. 2. PRAYER
    3. 3. Lord, Heavenly Father, remind us each day of the gift of perspective. We hold the power to choose how we view life and all that it offers. Help us to remain positive and hopeful for our future And more importantly our children’s futures. AMEN
    4. 4. BLOGS AND WIKIS Technologies 4 Learning Module 2
    5. 5. Web 1.0 Knowledge consumption Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    6. 6. Web 1.0 Knowledge consumption Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    7. 7. Web 2.0 Two way web Creating,sharing and contributing knowledge Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    8. 8. Web 2.0 Two way web Creating,sharing and contributing knowledge Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    9. 9. Why use Blogs and Wikis? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    10. 10. Why use Blogs and Wikis? Reading Improve writing quality Representation Reflection Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    11. 11. Why use Blogs and Wikis? Reading Improve writing quality Representation Reflection Creates opportunities for feedback Share and critique ideas Global connections Metacognition Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    12. 12. Learning Style Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    13. 13. Learning Style Stu d ct ed ent ire -ce -d ntre d S elf Ne t ive go ora tia l lab ted Co Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RELS – SM - 2009
    14. 14. ! Blog or Wiki !
    15. 15. Wiki Provide places for groups to build ideas together On-line collaboration tool Information can change over time 3 Dimensional - can hyperlink to other sources - contribute ideas/edit - comment Can contain a body of knowledge that one or more people have constructed and share Wikis are good for long-lived content. Information on the wiki can be stored into folders Portal for learning
    16. 16. Blogs Are good for running conversations and discussions Provide audience with a voice - invite a response The knowledge is usually constructed by one person 2 Dimensional - can hyperlink to other sources - comment/discuss Entries appear in reverse chronological order- can not be contained in folders Usually journal style - a form of self-expression A way to create community with your audience/readers on specific topics
    17. 17. Which Wiki?
    18. 18. Features of Pb works http://pbworks.com/ 60 second setup Tags and Folders Search across pages to see what you are looking for Collaborative page editing Document management & file sharing Ad free Easily invite others to collaborate Automatic notifications by RSS and email Users with appropriate permissions can leave comments on your wiki pages Access Controls Page and Folder-Level Access Automatic Backups
    19. 19. Great templates Ad Free Education Sites Move/Delete Comments Questionable Language Report Photo Galleries Video Galleries Customizable Page Templates Layout Zones Spell Check ( available through Firefox and Flock)
    20. 20. Great templates Ad Free Education Sites Move/Delete Comments Questionable Language Report Photo Galleries Video Galleries Customizable Page Templates Layout Zones Spell Check ( available through Firefox and Flock) Not as intuitive / slightly more difficult to navigate
    21. 21. Ad free Education sites No folders or comments
    22. 22. Which Blog? WordPress
    23. 23. Which Blog? WordPress Ad Free Education Accounts
    24. 24. BLOGS OR WIKIS
    25. 25. BLOGS
    26. 26. BLOGS Register and create a blog
    27. 27. BLOGS Register and create a blog Build content into your blog
    28. 28. BLOGS Register and create a blog Build content into your blog -Images
    29. 29. BLOGS Register and create a blog Build content into your blog -Images -Mp3 (music files)
    30. 30. BLOGS Register and create a blog Build content into your blog -Images -Mp3 (music files) -Movie files
    31. 31. BLOGS Register and create a blog Build content into your blog -Images -Mp3 (music files) -Movie files -Keynote presentations
    32. 32. BLOGS Register and create a blog Build content into your blog -Images -Mp3 (music files) -Movie files -Keynote presentations Consider How you will use Blogs within your classroom
    33. 33. BLOGS Register and create a blog Build content into your blog -Images -Mp3 (music files) -Movie files -Keynote presentations Consider How you will use Blogs within your classroom Explore links between blogging and the DLTF
    34. 34. Change the password
    35. 35. Challenges
    36. 36. Challenges WHY WEB 2.0
    37. 37. Challenges Principals WHY WEB 2.0 Parents Staff
    38. 38. Challenges Why use Blogs Principals and wikis? Are these safe environments for How do they promote our children? WHY and develop learning WEB outcomes? 2.0 Parents Staff
    39. 39. Diocesan Learning and Teaching Framework
    40. 40. Diocesan Learning and Teaching Framework
    41. 41. 3 Dimensions
    42. 42. 3 Dimensions
    43. 43. 3 Dimensions 18 Elements
    44. 44. •Evaluation -Post comment on your T4L wiki http://technologies4learning.wikispaces.com/

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